The winner of the half was 25-year-old Brendan Martin, of Smithtown, who apparently set a course record with his 1:08:26
Doroteo Soledad, 39, of Water Mill, center, said after winning the Hamptons Marathon’s 5K that he would have run the half had its registration not been closed.
Erik Engstrom, Jackson Rafferty, and T.J. Paradiso took the top three places
As the dance team exemplified, there was much to cheer about at homecoming.
Max Lerner and his teammates delighted the homecoming crowd Saturday evening with a dominant 3-0 win over Hampton Bays. Craig Macnaughton
When they drafted Craig Brierley as their coach, the members of East Hampton High's girls swimming team said they wanted to develop the same team spirit that the boys, whom Brierley also coaches, have. Given the above, they seem to be on their way.Jack Graves
Callum Beattie, a Kiwi flanker, figured prominently in the Sharks’ thrashing of Brooklyn Saturday.
“team-first attitude. . . . Their unselfishness was the key to their success. They came to embody the true meaning of the word ‘team.’ ”
Ed Petrie cited Bill Barbour Jr.’s considerable contribution to the 1989 state-championship basketball team.
Richard Cooney Jr., Class of 1983Jack Graves
Ellen Cooper, longtime field hockey coachJack Graves
Charlie Ecker, Class of 1983
Nicole Ficeto-Ferrara, Class of 1992
Jim Nicoletti with Brennan Stein, the 1991 baseball team's most valuable player
Annemarie Cangiolosi Brown, Class of 1998
Erika Vargas, Class of 1986
Ed Bahns with the plaque honoring Gary Greene, Class of1966, who was prevented by illness from attending
Jim Nicholson, Class of 1957
East Hampton’s Nick West, at left vying for the ball in the Bayport-Blue Point game, was listed in Sunday’s Newsday as among the players to watch on Long Island.
Kevron Palmer, a senior forward, with the ball above, and his Bonac teammates took Bayport-Blue Point to school in the boys soccer opener here last Thursday.
East Hampton’s Nick West, at left vying for the ball in the Bayport-Blue Point game, was listed in Sunday’s Newsday as among the players to watch on Long Island. Craig Macnaughton